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<p>I'm not sure what you mean by saying "NFS is available by
<p>Are your gluster nodes physically isolated on their own
<p>In other words can an outsider access them directly without
having to compromise a NFS client machine first?</p>
<div class="moz-cite-prefix">On 8/6/2017 7:57 AM,
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This morning one of our cluster was hacked, all the VM disks were
deleted and a file README.txt was left with inside just
<a class="moz-txt-link-rfc2396E" href="http://virtualisan.net/contactus.php:D">"http://virtualisan.net/contactus.php :D"</a>
I don't speak the language but with google translete it looks like it's
just a webdev company or something like that, a bit surprised ..
In any case, we'd really like to know how that happened.
I realised NFS is accessible by anyone (sigh), is there a way to check
if that is what they used ? I tried reading the nfs.log but it's not
really clear if someone used it or not. What do I need to look for in
there to see if someone mounted the volume ?
There are stuff in the log on one of the bricks (only one),
and as we aren't using NFS for that volume that in itself seems
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